Have you heard of Ofada Rice? If you live or have visited Nigeria, it is likely you have heard, seen or eaten Ofada Rice, usually served at Upscale Restaurants trying to give diners that home cooked feel, with designs and … Read the rest
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Discussion with AVM Femi Gbadebo (rtd.) on starting and running a sustainable business & his work in disability advocacy. He talked about his journey from a fighter pilot to the higher echelon of the Nigeria Airforce, transiting to civilian life, … Read the rest
The business of the weekend done in Abuja, it was time to head off to Kaduna. I had heard good things about the Abuja-Kaduna line, time to experience it myself.
The first challenge was getting information on the location of … Read the rest
Step back, apart from checking out if the railway still works, I planned to be in Abuja Sunday AM! So time to review my options.
Earlier stories here Part 1 Here Part 2 Here
Our ETA Kaduna was looking like … Read the rest
After the military ops to board, took a look around the coach interior and it was rather nice, above expectations.
Chairs were comfy, could recline real low without disturbing the person behind you and … Read the rest
We are doing a series on Critical Thinking and its application, Logic and related topics.
Requires moving from where we are (eg Nigeria is 181/190 in the ranking of countries health care system) to where we want to be
WHO has identified 5 control knobs for health care reform
- Organisational Knob
- Regulatory Knob
- Payment Knob
Interview with Dr. Frances Adikwu on culture, people and how to handle multiple competing demands on behaviour and stay sane.
We review the book -Move Up: Why Some Cultures Advance while Others Don’t- by Clotaire Rapaille and Andrés Roemer.